Today's Top Stories

Every year during the month of October, the staff at Lackey Memorial Hospital shifts in to high gear to spread the word on the importance of awareness, early detection and treatment for breast can
Morton High School announced its 2019 homecoming queens last Friday night during the home game against Kemper County.
Scott Central will observe homecoming activities on Thursday, October 10 during the football game against Newton. The homecoming and football queens will be crowned during half time.
Tuesday morning a high-speed pursuit on Interstate 20 that included five law enforcement agencies, and traveled through Rankin and Scott Counties ended just past the Highway 501 bridge over I-20.
By James Phillips jphillips@sctonline.net

Harperville News

By SHEILA SANDERS,

DYW participants are excellent representatives

Scott Central is so very proud that the 2019 Scott County Distinguished Young Woman is our very own, Olivia Triplett. Olivia is the daughter of O.B. Triplett and Ingrid Triplett, who recently retired as an elementary teacher at Scott Central.





Thelma Keyes

The weekend was wet, but it was blessed

Good Morning/Evening!

God offers us second chances, so if you need a new beginning, today is the day!



Pleasant Hill News

By PEGGY LEWIS,

Real Wisdom

Announcements: Mississippi State University Extension in Scott County, Scott Regional Hospital and Morton Healthy Home Committee are teaming up to present Walk-a-Weigh Health Control Program. For more information contact Morton Chamber of Commerce at 601-732-6135.




The Message

By PASTOR BILL MYERS,

Don’t worry or be afraid!  The Holy Spirit will lead and guide you!

Worried about making a decision?  Not sure if you’re doing the right thing? 

Jesus said, “I am the light of the world.  Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”  (John 8:12)






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